"21st century learning goes far beyond just using Web 2.0 tools, but is so much about thinking through and solving problems on your own and creatively. More often then not that thought process should involve technology on some level. That being said…"
This group exists as a place to take the weekly #edchat topics on Twitter and let them guide us towards creating the ideal 21st Century School. After discussing and building this school collaboratively, the aim is to actually get it built!See More
"Here is a GoogleDoc Spreadsheet that you may find helpful I have been working on gathering all the apps that we thought would be useful for education in our district. we are actually thinking about going with iPhones with a data plan…"
A group where educators can learn and identify which Educational Technology tools are appropriate for them.I'm hoping to simplify this process for educators and am open to any feedback (organization, specific sites, beta vs ready, etc etc.)See More
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"I was in a training program for recent MBA graduates recently, in which the instructors said the material the recent grad's MBA information would be obsolete in less than three years.
I not only teach but freelance in many other sectors (which…"
"One person I've come to depend on for useful ideas in higher ed is Mary Ellen Weiner, who operates the Teaching Professor Blog at FacultyFocus.com.
Her posts are not limited to my teaching area (nonfiction writing) but I find a…"
"Brady, I attend many online courses and webinars in fields outside education. From what I've seen, your observation about what people want from professional development, regardless of the field, is "the how not the what and the…"